Du, Y. R. (2016). Same events, different stories: Internet censorship in the Arab Spring seen from China. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 93(1), 99-117.
Du, Y. R. & Lo, S. C. (2014). The gap between journalism education and practice in the digital age: A Hong Kong study. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 69(4), 415-434.
Du, Y. R. (2014). What is needed vs. what is taught: Students’ perception of online journalism course in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 24(2), 225-237.
Du, Y. R. (2013). Journalism in the trend towards new media: A 16 years longitudinal study. Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies, 2(3), 471-488.
Du, Y. R., & Cheng, K. L. (2013). Framing the 2011 Egyptian Revolution within ideological boundaries: One incident, three stories. International Communication Research Journal, 48(3-4), 27-51.
Du, Y. R., & Wong, W. J. (2013). Greater newspaper use increases agreement on public issues. Newspaper Research Journal, 34(3), 60-71.
Du, Y. R. (2013). Intermedia agenda-setting in the age of globalization: A multinational agenda-setting test. Global Media and Communication, 9(1), 19-36.
Du, Y. R., & Thornburg, R. (2011). The gaps between online journalism education and practice: The twin surveys. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 66(3), 218-230.
Tran, H., Mahmood, R., Du, Y. R., & Khrapavitski, A. (2011). Linking measures of global press freedom to development and culture: Implications from a comparative analysis. International Journal of Communication, 5, 170-191.
Li, C., Kalyanaraman, S, & Du, Y. R. (2011). Moderating effect of collectivism on customized communication: An exploratory study with tailored and targeted messages. Asian Journal of Communication, 21(6), 575-594.
Du, Y. R. (2011). Journalism and mass communication in the trend toward convergence: A content analysis of 2010-2011 faculty hiring announcements. Web Journal of Mass Communication Research, 39.
Du, Y. R. (2009). Hiring trends in journalism and mass communication: A content analysis of faculty position advertisements with a new media emphasis. Electronic Journal of Communication, 19(1-2).